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America and Carribbean

Santiago de Chile

Santiago captivates with its diverse panoramas and that versatility that characterizes it. The Chilean capital fills all who visit it with life. Get lost in its streets to find original art galleries, innovative design shops and craft fairs, as well as restaurants, bars and cafes.

Torres del Paine

 Torres del Paine is a national park in Chilean Patagonia. It is located in the southern part of the Andes and has mountains, lakes and glaciers. The Torres del Paine, three immense granite towers, give the park its name. With beautiful turquoise lakes, large and imposing massifs, forests of varied vegetation, undulating rivers and a great variety of fauna, including pumas, guanacos and rheas, in 2013 it was declared the Eighth Wonder of the World by UNESCO.

Atacama Desert

Far from being inert, the Atacama Desert is an area abundant in energy, thanks to its welcoming ancestral cultures and the oases that are a source of life in the driest desert in the world. Visit San Pedro de Atacama and explore unique landscapes in the world. Salt lakes, geysers and lagoons of an intense blue color are part of the places that will amaze you.